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Celebrate Code Week with Swift Playgrounds
At Apple, we believe everyone can code. Code Week, October 8 to 23, 2022, is the perfect time to give coding a try.
Students can write their first line of code or even build their first app in Swift Playgrounds on iPad or Mac. Swift Playgrounds teaches Swift through engaging lessons and sample projects — the same powerful language used to create world-class apps for the App Store.
Celebrating You Educator Guide
Learning to code can give students essential skills—like collaboration, creativity, and problem solving—they’ll need to make an impact in the world. Explore the Celebrating You Educator Guide for a great starter project to help students begin coding their first app in Swift Playgrounds. In the activity, learners will personalize a sample app that celebrates a place or tradition that’s important to them.
Register your events on the Code Week website using the tag SwiftPlaygrounds, and spread the word about the campaign on Twitter by tagging @AppleEDU and using #CodeWeek and #EveryoneCanCode.
Share your activities in the coding area of the Apple Education Community Forum.
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